The Wake Forest Dream League debuted April 26, 2008 with an Opening Day Ceremony that included Mayor Vivian Jones on hand to throw out the first pitch in Dream League history.
Registration is held throughout the month of February each year, and all registration will be held online.
Designed for school-age participants with special needs, league games are played on Saturdays from late April through early June at Heritage High Park. The Wake Forest Dream League is the result of a vision of two brothers, Maurice and Nicholas Savage, who sought assistance from the Wake Forest Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department in developing and administering this league.
For more information concerning the Savage brothers and their dream for this league, click HERE (from the News & Observer, March 28, 2008).
Dream League registration is held annually throughout the month of February. To place a player onto the waiting list, click HERE.
Dream League BUDDY registration is held annually throughout the month of February.
GAME SCHEDULE 2017
For more information, visit Wake Forest Dream League or contact Kelly Schurtz, Recreation Specialist - Specialized Programs, at 919-556-7093.